Dr. Antony Theodore
Divine Love Penetrates The True Being. - Poem by Dr. Antony Theodore
There is an extreme point
at which man’s nature
touches the Absolute.
His ground or substance,
his true being is penetrated
by the Divine Love.
The experience of the divine love
reveals to the mystic
the underlying reality of things.
This is the basis on which
the whole mystic claim
of possible union with God rests.
It explains asceticism
and the self-renouncing life.
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